Overall, yes, but there's been a few. It's not so much any film is above criticism -- there's already a body of criticism about WW not going far enough on the diversity front, for example -- it's that there have been some reviews in major papers which were notably tone-deaf. That's why I mentioned the Guardian one, which claimed the line about men being needed for reproduction but not sexual pleasure was "confusing", was disappointed Diana didn't somehow convince the entire Allied war conference to immediately listen to her, and called Diana a "smurfette" because she fought alongside men.
There was another one too, which basically complained Diana wasn't sexy enough.
Both of those are written by men, but what's odd is they're pretty much the only major mainstream articles I've seen about the film which were written by men, at least the only ones which are getting handed around. Which is odd. That did not happen, for example, on Hidden Figures.